Abstract: An amazing sports bra that’s supportive enough for the highest of high-impact sports. It isn’t pretty, but it gets the job done.
Abstract: A very pretty bra that is let down by its weird cup construction, which lowers the support level and gives a slightly pointy shape.
Abstract: A comfortable moulded bra with a serious push-up effect, which I found to be rather unnecessary and a detriment to an otherwise great bra.
Abstract: A good-looking and comfortable sports bra that unfortunately offers very little support. Suitable for yoga and walking, but not much else.
Abstract: A fantasic seamless moulded half cup bra that is unfortunately sold only in Asia and has a limited size range of approximately 30-36 C-E.
It’s important to understand how to find your size and what a properly fitted bra feels like. Many bloggers have written brilliant posts on this and similar topics, which you can read at these sites:
Boosaurus!: Bra Fitting
Bras I Hate & Love: Starting Points
Invest In Your Chest: Bra Fitting and Lingerie 101
A Sophisticated Pair: Finding the Perfect Fit
Thin and Curvy: Bra Fitting
Venusian Glow: the Bra Matrix
Abstract: This post discusses how I evaluate a bra based on comfort, shape, support, quality, and appearance. There’s also a list of design features, like wide straps and contiguous bands, that I find make a bra more supportive.